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The Reality Show by Tiara English-Cunningham
My autobiography as of 31 years...actually all of my poems are a bit biographical but I decided when I was going through my reality tv addicition to w...
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The Return of the Dragon by Lloyd Lofthouse
From September 18 to October 15, we started in Shanghai and traveled through China from the northwest to the southwest. __________ ...
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The Rocking Chair (a special request) by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
…at a special request to recite a poem from our dear den brother Georg Mateos whom was so moved by bother Felix Perry's poem: I offer ...
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The Rosary by Theresa Koch
My experience with domestic abuse. Isaiah 41:13, For I the lord thy God will hold thy right hand, saying unto thee, fear not; I will help th...
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The SACADAS of Sugarland by Arsenio Jesena
In April 1969 I went down to Negros to live as a SACADA among the SACADAS. This is what I found there ...Each syllable that I write will be painful. ...
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The Safe Place by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I still find my safe place, in the loving arms of Jesus, and in the memories he blesses with me... ...
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The Selfish Demon Gene by Loit Overstreet
It is not totally hopeless as even this is subject to the edit button......
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The Shoe Tree by Donelle Knudsen
We called it the "shoe tree" and looked for it every time we drove across the high desert region of central Oregon....
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The Silence, That Scarred A Nation by Zenith Elliott
President John F. Kennedy's assassination left a nation stunned and scarred. ...
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The Sitting Swing: Finding the Wisdom by Irene Watson: Book Review by Irene Watson
When Irene Watson visited the Avalon recovery center, she had no idea what a difference it would make in her life. As a practicing therapist, she beli...
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The Small Case Lawyer by Gerard St. John
The conventional wisdom is that young lawyers can get practical trial experience by handling small cases -- the kind of cases that are assigned to com...
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The Soapbox Derby by CJ Heck
... being a kid again....
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The Soul of A Man by Alvin Romer
An introspective look within the soul of a man! ...
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The Stinking Beggar by Arsenio Jesena
he never said a word, he never gave his name ... and I never saw him again . ...
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The Store Detective by D.E.Z. Butler
While a store detective I thought it would be fun to write about the work. What is written here is only a small piece to give the public a peek into t...
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The Stormy Side of Theodocia by Theodocia McLean-A Review by WR Potter
The strength needed to write her story, reliving each painful moment, is extraordinary. Hard to put down and impossible to forget, I highly recommend ...
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The Struggle For Intimacy: Book Review as Applied To My Life by Janeen Noetling
This is The Struggle For Intimacy as it pertains to me....
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The Syncopated Sinners...remembering the Wool Shed Dance by Patrick Talty
A daydream involving the recollection of a 1950s band and their wool shed dance gigs....
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The Untold Story by Joy Hale
The rest of the untold story....
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The Wager by Shane Tucker
When I was 10, my dad told me of an old graveyard in the forest. For a year, I constantly begged to go see it. Finally, Dad made an offer I couldn't r...
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The Walk by Kathleen Keena
about my father's walk....
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The Washing Machine Jingle by Patrick Talty
The story of how, after much sweat and many tears, I was able to write a jingle about washing machines and earned a hundred pounds (Australian) for my...
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The Washing Machine Jingle (Revised version) by Patrick Talty
A true tale of how, back in the swingin' sixties, I earned a hundred pounds (Australian) for writing a jingle about washing machines....
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The Watch by Katie Gabrielle
Some moments are precious like the hands of a watch. Listen closely and remember the sounds of a lifetime......
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The watermelon man by R. Maldonado
A truck used to come into our NYC spanish harlem neighborhood to sell watermelons on the weekends when I was a 10 year old kid. This is my recollectio...
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The White House by Linda Alexander
My family history has held a secret for over 100 years. Not until I began digging deep into it did I find that I, a white woman, was the great-great-g...
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The Words by E. A. Mourn
The Words...
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The Worst Teacher I Ever Had (maybe) by Sandy Knauer
Thank you, Dan. I love a challenge....
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The Writing Life by DAN STONE
Musings about life on the page....
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The Year of No Money in Tokyo by Wayne Lionel Aponte: Book Review by Irene Watson
In the 1990s, the Japanese stock market crashed. Banks closed and the country fell into a recession. Wayne Aponte, an African American, was working i...
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They Died With Their Boots On. by Gerard St. John
An old movie on TV prompts a string of memories from years gone by, neighborhood friends, a one-armed baseball player, and a recently adopted "cousin....
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Things I Loved From My 80's Childhood by Shane Tucker
Talk to any adult of any age, and they will probably give you the clichéd line, "When I was a kid..." While I don't believe my childhood was superior...
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Things just Ain'twhat they used tobe by Helen Vandepeer
Dreaded car trouble; and remembering back when a vehicle was built to last. I never thought I would be saying....back in my day.........
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Things Mom Would Deny by Tova Gabrielle
book excerpt, humor...
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This End Up by Chris Cox
Science tells us that smell is the strongest sense that triggers memory. I believe it. Gardenia blooms late on a summer evening take me back so fast. ...
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This Is Just Me by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
What inspired me to write and what continues to inspire me...
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This Is Who I Am by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I am also a Christian who suffers a disability, and because of that I am even more thankful for my faith, I really do not believe I cou...
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This summer - what a trip.... by Kellee Stone
After the summer is over...............
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Three Hours from Armageddon: Life at a Cold War Nike Missile Site by Gary Stephens
This article, my first work for publication, appeared in ADA Magazine Online, a U.S. Army periodical, in October 1999...
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Throwing Stones at Glass Houses by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I am sorry but I need to vent today has well been a colorful one, I am tired of the woman my Mom worked for, but no longer does, because she still thi...
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Tidbits From My Old Notebooks #10 by Guy Hogan
Flash Fiction / Blogging...
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Tidbits From My Old Notebooks #3 by Guy Hogan
Pittsburgh / University of Pittsburgh / Blogging / Flash Fiction...
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Tidbits From My Old Notebooks #7 by Guy Hogan
Flash Fiction / Blogging / University of Pittsburgh...
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Tidbits From My Old Notebooks #8 by Guy Hogan
Flash Fiction / Blogging / Pittsburgh / Vietnam...
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To All My Unborn Children by L. Figgins
Who are these souls I never knew? A short remembrance for Mother's Day......
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To Molly with Love on National Suicide Survivors' Day by Jane St Clair
November 20 is a day to remember loved ones who we lost to suicide ...
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To Save One finally released by Trudy Magliano
You can now researve a copy of "To Save One" This book is powerful and raw. A must read!...
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Tolemacs Reprise by H Cruz
Inspiration vs cold contemplation...
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Trail of Words by Lloyd Lofthouse
From a 'determined' novelist, poet and journalist. This is one story....
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Turkey Call by Walt Hardester
I once.......
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